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quote:Originally posted by elegantlywastedCarolyn, The symptoms you daughter shows are of Tourettes, from what I understand it is difficult to diagnose, so don't be worried. Just get it checked. -Meg
The urination reflex is relayed through the ANS. The reflex is directly related in strength to the amount of stretch of the bladder.Thus, the degree of shivering is generally related to how full the bladder is at the time of urination.
in one Internet poll, where about 83% of males and 58% of females reported experiencing it.By 6 Jul 2007, more than 24,000 males and more than 1,200 females had responded to the poll on the syndrome.
I have a few family members who develope weird compulsions when stressed out. My cousin had to spell every last word he said backwards and find the middle letter. Also he felt he had to see his reflection in all of the car windows he passed and would not carry on without doing so. This was around his GSCE exams so he was very stressed at the time.
Research shows that "random" shivers can be a result of crossed sensory readings, which are misinterpreted by the central nervous system. Like apparently stress mixed with a small temperature change will set off a severe shiver. But also they say that euphoria and a slight body temperature change can do the same.